The Sun Is Shining

After no sleep all nightlong, I decided to take my tired puffy eyes on a hike!

It was soooo quiet….

The air was crisp and incredibly fresh!

The sun? Glorious.

The deer and their yearlings?! Still lounging peacefully in the woods! (3rd pic) You can spot them if you zoom in. They said to say good day to you.

My renewed, and renowned optimism?! I met with it right on that trail 👇! And it gave me a big hug!

Author: Kat

I used to work as a graphic designer, until one day I was tragically and blissfully hit by two colliding meteors! One caused my falling in love with the world of coffee! And the other resulted in me falling out of love with the not so wonderful and nearly suffocating office culture! I left the glamour of the design world, and opened up my little café! Those were the best years of my life! I say ‘were’, because (wait! May be another time! But please do ask me if you ‘must’ know and can’t sleep tonight unless I tell you!) For the past three years, I have been living in a pyramid shape house in a middle of a green forest in the summer; a green forest buried underneath lots - I mean LOTS - of snow in the winter. I used to ‘think I still do ;)’ love the city! With its buzzing energy! I love to travel and seeing different food and coffee scenes...preferably alone! visiting ‘quirky and unusual’ places! I do not love visiting museums, hugely commercialized areas, malls and landmarks! I love old and full of heritage ‘anything’! I also love, to sit in a busy coffeeshop ‘reading quietly’ and not talking! Talking exhausts me most of the time! Watching the world unfold.. and thinking ...never does!

21 thoughts on “The Sun Is Shining”

  1. Hahaha love that! I knew my teasing will work!

    Noooo! Icicles are sculptures we snow people make out of ice, place on top of our heads, when we go hiking! It’s said to scare evil spirits as it drips now due to our bodies heating up as we hike the mountain trails! After that? We usually leave the ice sculptures behind. Evil spirits apparently don’t like that! And sometimes, in the following morning, we may find the ice sculptures returned and placed at our front doors!

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